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but i want to say something in defense of the hospital. and in the interest of full disclosure i had a loved one in nyu hospital and that is an excellent hospital. the staff, everybody is absolutely wonderful hospital. >> none of this is about the level of care and i know the staff and nurses are doing an unbelievable job. i'm talking about the system and the infrastructure. >> the infrastructure is set up, the reason why the generators and the oil and everything is in the basement to keep it going because new york has a history of blackouts but the blackout doesn't come in the hospital through the river. it happens through the coned system and the systems were flut so the hospitals keep going and they have. nobody has experienced this, as he said, before. but this is -- what i want to point out is that when you say it is unprecedented, it may be unprecedented but when he says it is unprecedented but it is going to set the precedent because this is what we will see here on out. unless we are welcome willing -- you said you want to talk about this climate, climate change and global wa
. but i want to say something in defense of the hospital. i had a loved one in nyu hospital and that is an accident hospital. the staff everybody was wonderful. hospital. >> none of it is about the level of care. i know that the staff there are doing a great job. but i'm talking about the infra structure. >> they are set up the reason why the oil is in the basement new york has a history of black outs but it happens to the con-ed system and those were put there so that the hospitals when we have the black outs and the brown outs that they keep going there and they have. no one has experienced this and i want to point out that you say it it unprecedented. when he says it is unprecedented it is going to set the precedent. this is what we are going to see from here on out. that is what is changed here. this is not going to be a freak stint what happened here in new york and new jersey this week. we have been seeing crazy weather for the last few years. >> hold this thought. i want to get to this. for now, let me think allen. i appreciate you coming on. i think you know i was go
't help somebody. >> i suppose all you could say it's possible in the defense in the chaos that was going on, clearly very frightening. if he thought it was a man throwing things at his house, in the fog of what was happening he merely realized but certainly the way you conducted the interview with him it seemed to me like he was hiding something. what is the reaction from the community as to what has happened there? >> reporter: well, our initial reaction was from the police on the scene. they told us off camera after they found the two bodies of the two children, one of the officers told me, i want this guy to be charged with a crime who wouldn't let this woman and her two children inside the house. now, it made us wonder, could you be charged with such a crime and what we found out from legal experts, it's not a crime not to help. it's an ethical problem, a moral problem but apparently you can't be charged criminally for such action. >> well, it certainly will happen, he did reject that lady and she went on to lose her two children. it's a crime against humanity. gary, for now, thank y
that with this announcement that obama, president obama has asked the defense department to free up some extra fuel, you mentioned it already, upwards of 24 million gallons to get more of it out here and transported more easily so that it can get out faster to the gas stations that do have power. >> yeah. it's a hell of a struggle. susan, thank you very much indeed. >>> joining me now from columbus, ohio, is general wesley clark, an obama supporter, former nato supreme allied commander. general, welcome back. >> thank you, piers. >> all the action now is heading to ohio. almost everyone who is anyone is down there, including your good self. the polls are very, very tight, showing very marginal lead for the president in most of the ones i've seen but with the margin of difference, you could almost say it's a tie. how are you seeing it down there on the ground? >> well, there's a lot of emotion, there's just thousands of volunteers out here. there's a ground game. we feel very good about the ground game, by the way. our volunteers are charged up. we've been working this for three and a half years. we knew
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